Alyson’s Publications and Presentations

  • Kelly, T. & Morris, A. (2014) ‘The Virtues of the Virtual: Creative Writing Online’. Writing in Education 64, 53-59
  • Morris, A. (2014) ‘Simon’s Body’, Cutalongstory. [online] available from: cutalongstory.com
  • Poster and abstract for Threshold Concepts Conference 2013, Law and the Short Story, Dublin, <http://www.nairtl.ie/documents/BookofAbstracts_ONLINE.pdf>
  • Morris, A. (2012) ‘Producing Creative Writing Magazines & Websites: The value to university students’. Writers in Education (NAWE Journal) 58
  • Morris, A. (2012) ‘Hole, Analogue and Bakelite, The String You Can Play Without, Postcard’. A collection of poetry in, This is a book about Alice: Prizewinning Poetry and Flash Fiction.  Green, K. (Ed)  Hastings: Earlyworks Press
  • Morris, A. (2011) ‘Law and the Short Story: Human Rights students trial the short story as a method of assessment’. Writers in Education (NAWE Journal) 53
  • Morris, A. (2011) ‘Flash Theatre: The ten-minute script, practical playwriting for level three BA English students’. Writers in Education (NAWE Journal) 55
  • Morris, A. (2010) ‘The Multimedia Picture Book: Using PowerPoint to Create Stories for Children’. Writers in Education (NAWE Journal) 52
  • Published educational materials for schools and colleges through TAG Learning from 1995-2002.

Presentations and Contributions to Conferences

  • SHINe Presentation A Student Night Out, 30th November 2016 (plus entry in newsletter)
  • Morris, A. and Kelly, T. (2016) ‘Spreading the Word: Using Storytelling as Coursework across the Curriculum’. Turin Conference: Storytelling in Education
  • Kelly, T. & Morris, A. Writing stories as coursework across the disciplines. [BESRES Conference: Coventry University 30 June 2015]
  • Chamley, C., Dowding, L., Foster, S., Kelly, T., & Morris, A. Writing Stories as Coursework across the Disciplines. [BESRES Conference: Coventry University 30 June 2015]
  • Chamley, C., Dowding, L., Foster, S., Kelly, T., Morris, A. & Twining, F. Creative Assessment: Writing Stories as Coursework across the Disciplines. [National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE) Annual Conference: Bristol 14 November 2014]
  • Foster, S., Kelly, T. & Morris, A. Creative assessments across the disciplines: the short story as a method of assessment. [BESSoTL: Coventry University 15 October 2014]
  • Kelly, T. & Morris, A. Creative assessment: writing stories as coursework across the disciplines. [BESRES Conference: Coventry University 1 July 2014]
  • Kelly, T. & Morris, A. Creative Writing and Digital Literacy. [Teaching and Learning Conference: Coventry University 27 June 2014]
  • Kelly, T. & Morris, A. The virtues of the virtual: creative writing online. [PILL ARG: Coventry University 25 June 2014]
  • Davidson, J., Kelly, T., MacLusky, J. & Morris, A. A Student Writers’ Toolkit – A Literature Development Agency & Universities Working Together to Enhance Student Writer Employability [NAWE Conference: York 15 November 2013]
  • Kelly, T. & Morris, A. ‘Creative Writing Picture Books and Radio Dramas’. [Presentation at Teaching and Learning Conference: Coventry University 28 June 2013]
  • Law and the Short Story presentation 2013 with Dr Steve Foster: https://media.coventry.ac.uk/Play.aspx?VideoId=2355
  • Kelly, T. & Morris, A. ‘Blogging: Collaboration, Presentation and Engagement’. [Presentation at PILL ARG: Coventry University 3 June 2013]
  • The Student Writers’ Toolkit Conference, 2nd March 2013, hosted by Coventry University. Chair of How to get published